So it was to our final stop, the Serengeti, a word that conjures up what safari is all about – wide open spaces teeming with wildlife. The fresh grassland is the feeding ground for over 1 million wildebeest and 500,000 zebra, gazelle, eland and topi all of which are followed by their associated predators. It was going to be a veritable festival of animals. We had timed it just right as while we were there the migration was passing through the Ndutu area, a beautifully forested area bordering the open plains and home to our camp. The Serengeti is too vast to cover to the full in a few days but we we made the most of our days so as to explore the Park’s varied zones and appreciate its beauty.